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A.C.A.D.V. 24-Hour Crisis Line 1.800.650.6522

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If you are a victim of domestic violence, We can help.

We are the Family Justice Center, a one-stop–shop for child abuse, domestic violence, elder abuse and sexual assault victims. We have a team of people who can help with many services to eliminate the need for you (and) your children to travel all over town to get help.

  • Is there someone in your life who is violent or controlling toward you?
  • Have you been sexually assaulted, either by a stranger or by someone you know?
  • Are you concerned that your child may have been abused?

One Place Family Justice Center provides a safe and welcoming environment where you can talk about your experiences and explore your options.

Danger Signs

The following are preliminary questions:

  • Are you living with him/her now?
  • Are you afraid of him/her?
  • Does he/she have access to you?
  • Do you feel safe now?

Does your partner...

  • Hurt you physically
    • Have any of your injuries required medical attention?
    • Did you receive medical attention?
    • Did you disclose the nature of your injuries to medical authorities?
  • Belittle you or humiliate you (when you are alone/in front of others?)
  • Threaten to seriously harm you?
  • Physically hurt or threaten to hurt one of the children?
  • Physically hurt or threaten to hurt one of the pets?
  • Tell you he/she can’t live without you?
  • Keep you away from your family or friends?
  • Act jealous or possessive (accuse you of having affairs)?
  • Check up on you at work or follow you (cause problems at your job)?
  • Insist on you accounting for every minute of your time?
  • Insist on you accounting for every penny you spend?
  • Break things or throw things at you?
  • Restrain you or hold you down?
  • Ever tell you that you will never leave him/her?
  • Act like his/her hurting you is your fault?
  • Force you to have sex?
  • Ever threaten to hurt himself/herself?
  • Ever threaten you with a weapon?
  • Ever threaten to kill you?
  • Ever talk about how or when he/she would kill you?

Answering “yes” to five or more indicates a high risk.
Answering “yes” to ANY of questions 18-20 indicates high risk.

Persons found to be at High Risk should know they may be in danger of serious injury or being killed.